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Page 14-Saturday, August 5, 1978-The Michigan Daily
Killing suspect faces open murder trial
(Continued from Page 1)
administration," the officer said. When threat was made to Mr. Aparicio's In attempts to have Aparicio's
play ball with them they were going to Jinkerson asked Aparicio if "playing job." charges passed to Circuit Court as
fire me." ball" meant doing something illegal, Several witnesses' testimony second degree murder, Aparicio's at-
Aparicio told Jinkerson that "playing the policeman reported that Aparicio disputed earlier reports the police say torney James Evashevski argued that
ball" meant "co-operating against the had said, "It depends on how you look they received that the shooting incident there was insufficient evidence that
at it." was preceded by a loud argument bet- Aparicio's attack was premeditated.
WHEN ASKED about that meeting, ween Koos and Aparicio. Evashevski also noted that there was
Joseph Owsley, assistant director for VIRGINIA CRAMER, a secretary for no testimony or knowledgeable eviden-
the hospital's information service, said, a doctor in the same area of the neuro- ce, besides the words Jinkerson at-
The h uu s "I don't know anything about that." psychiatric institute's hospital wing tributed to Aparicio, that there had
Owsley said to his knowledge the only that contained Koos' and Aparicio's of- been any meeting July 27 in which
meeting Aparicio attended last Thur- fices, told Alexander that "only secon- Aparicio's job had been threatened.
sday was an oral evaluation given to ds" before she heard gunfire in the In passing the charges of open mur-
him by a supervisor -- not Koos. hallway, Koos had entered her office to der to Washtenaw County Circuit Court,
Although he did not know the results of pick up papers from a desk tray. Judge Alexander set a date of 9 a.m.,
that evaluation, Owsley said, "It was gramer testified that she heard no August 17 for Aparicio's Circuit Court
by no means totally negative, and no argument after Koos left her office. arraignment.

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after state Rep. Perry Bullard(D-Ann
Arbor) and state Sen. William Faust
(D-Westland) asked the department for
an official interpretation. Sharp said
the two legislators requested the
opinion after it became clear that
Greene's name would not be on the
primary ballot.
The State Board of Canvassers ruled
last month that Greene's petitions con-
tained illegible signatures. They also
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argued that many people failed to
check a place of residency next to their
"I TRIED to check all the signatures-
and see if we could try to overrule the
board but we decided it would be better
to seek the attorney general's ruling,"
Greene said.
Greene has accused Pursell of
initiating the move to nullify his
petitions. The Councilman claims Pur-
sell urged his lawyer, Robert Henry, to
contest the signatures so that the
Congressman would run unopposed.
"We've seen that the Republicans
will stoop to anything. Last year they
tried to force people to tell how they
voted and now they tried to contest the
technicality of my petitions," said


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